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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - January 27, 1940, Austin, Texas Today a editorial or. Hutchins the daily texan the weather Light Snow or freezing rain vol. 41 z-720 Price five cents first College daily in the South Austin Texas saturday january 27, 1940 four pages today no. 102 cold hangs on freezing rain Snow May fal Coal and Power consumption hit High january 19 fishing or Swimm Lnu to Yaquis Are losing Gold horde is Dobie trying to Stop it Coin Day better take along a stick to i break the ice for Weatherman Haynes says old Man Winter will keep clutching at our heels for another Day and he might drop a Light Snow or freezing rain. The twelfth consecutive Day of sub-32 temperatures is expected to bring some Relief but the Mercury will hover right around the freezing Point. The Weatherman expects the record Low of 13 degrees to remain unbroken. However inquiries Are still pouring into the Bureau concerning forecasts records and queries on the extent of damages already suffered. By Bill Slaughter a where is j. Frank Dobie stories Are coming from South of the Bor Der that the yaqui indians Are losing their fabulous Gold horde. And or. Dobie is out of town. Has the author of a Apache Gold j and yaqui Silver gone to the Baca Tete mountains South of Quay Amas Mexico to help his Indian friends wednesday of this week an air plane Laden with Gold Bullion landed in Hachita n. M. In charge was a Man who claims to be a blood brother of the yaqui in-1 Diana and who gave his Indian name As Zogob Scipio according to associated press reports. Soon after Landing Zogob Scipio was arrested by United states Federal authorities and charged with smuggling Gold across the Border j he told the officers that the yaqui j tribe appointed him to deliver $11,000,000 of their Gold to the United states Treasury and that Pancho Dobie i he trying to prevent Yogo a Seipio from taking the yaqui Gold registrar can t give grades yet exams continue final Marks not available until around february 5 official and final grades for the fall semester will not be available from the registrars office until i at february 5 or perhaps a Day later a spokesman for the registrars office said yesterday. 1 announcement of the exact Date will be made for publication Sun j Day. Grades from teachers must be turned in to the registrars office a few weeks i can Trace the path february 3, three Days after the by Green shoots of finals Are Given on january j j a the started the blindfolded 31. Journey from the Indian village.1 students go into the sixth Day in a Shorter time than he had sex of finals today. The last finals will petted the Blindfold was taken off i be Given next wednesday his eyes. They fell upon a Stream today a schedule of Examina of water flowing Over a bed of tons is As follows the Yaquis have preserved their Gold horde from intruders through Many Ages. In a Apache Gold and yaqui Silver or. Dobie tells this Story a a Spanish a padre living in the Guy Amas mountains found out j that the Yaquis had a wonderful Supply of Gold somewhere he ingratiate himself with the indians and asked them to take him to j their secret mine. They consented j if he would go blindfolded j a a a god has made this Fertile land the padre said to himself. A the Rainy season is now upon us. I i will fill my pockets with Corn drop the grains secretly As i ride along on the Burro and within 200 will hear Hutchins Tell of plan at Chicago Here s to subsidization ,$15,000 had already been Deli Power Plant employees Are still Ere j through the Lumex company Busy As one armed Cranberry Mer us _ of new 0rlcans chants in december shovelling Coal j it it the Yaquis want to realize on Dobie for the possible Story Bethel treasure a Zogob Scipio told Hind the news proved futile yes associated press interviewers Ter Day. Or. Dobie who probably they Are willing to pay me 25 knows More about yaqui Gold than ried students. Per c nth the Lumex company 25 anyone besides the indians them and running steam to Campus buildings to some extent alleviating the suffering of exam Wor a j Sand flecked yellow with Gold. He All efforts by the daily texan 1 was in a narrow Steep Canyon in to get in touch with j. Frank \ which he Felt sure there was Only one ingress. The sprouting Corn could Mark the Trail leading into the Canyon. The indians gave him several very Fine nuggets put on january 19 More than 341, 455 pounds of Lignite were used. I Plant officials believe this to be a record on fuel consumption for the Potter Plant for All time. The average consumption of j fuel in the summer is about 67,-000 pounds. And the year round average is about 122,000 pounds. On the heavy Day of Lignite use an equivalent of water evaporation per cent and the mexican gov-1 selves recently published a Hook Ern ment 12 per cent for Export charges just to obtain actual Money for the remaining 38 per Zogob Scipio said that he was made a blood brother to the a dealing with the legends about yaqui treasures of Silver and Gold the Blindfold on him again and started Hack. A when he reached the Village and the Blind was once More re reached 1,786,000 pounds. But electric current consumption reached its Peak on january to several Days before the Freak weather began if you re an electrical Engineer you la appreciate the figure a 24,000 kilowatt hours were used on that Day. Odd yet reasonably enough the Snow helped to whittle Down the Light Bill during the freeze. Despite Cloudy weather the Snow reflected enough Light to reduce the necessity of artificial illumination. 476 second term fees paid already seventy four registrations Friday brought the total number who have paid their second semester fees to 476. This was the ninth Day fees were payable. Quia in a ceremony in which the indians wrote on his Arm in blood the name they raised him in their Baca Tete Moun a the Baca Tete mountains trying to Tain Home and taught him All their save his Indian friends from part a a Apache Gold and yaqui ssi moved one of the older indians handed him a bag saying a father All that a Learned about or. Here is some Corn you lost from Dobies whereabouts was that he your pockets on the Trail. I Gath was out of town. One conjecture ered it All up for you and you was that or. Dobie might be in j will find not a Grain missing saturday january 27, at 9 group Iii first part classes meeting Muf 9 ant. 31 of. I m. B. 201 ant. 335f w. H. 310 a. M. 305f.l j. B. 301 a. M. 3051.3 j. B. 202 a m. 309f.7 g. H. I a. M. 309f.9 physics b. 203 a. M. 32of.i j. B. 212 bib. 31 of Townes Bible chair bib. 317wf.l Wesley Bible chair Bot. 1.1 b. L. 12 b. A. I of. 3 w. H. 316 b. A. 811.5 w. H. 301 b. A. 328f g. B. 14 b. A. 329f.l w. H. 116 ancient yaqui rituals he said. He gave his american name As Bert Farnsworth. Ing with their treasure at a loss of 62 per cent to brother Zogob Scipio and others. A not Long after this episode the a a. Spaniard was seen stealthily Fol-1 p or xxx i n i lowing some indians in the Moun re a a i o gains. He did not return. What he re in to or Quot a was after is still in the i n. \ Chi h. M. A. Only real All America team was at University of Chicago sportswriter Mclemore holds professor knows Rumania on spot study dizzy Good answer Ranger editor to option question la. I. Prof believes Calls for copy cd 82 c. B. 319 c. E. 312f eng. B. 215 c. E. 315f.5 eng. B. 204 and 206 by Boyd Sinclair or. Robert Maynard Hutchins president of the University of Chicago who is on the Campus today As a guest of the University Texas and Chicago jointly opened 15 presidents meet Here today Young educator is revolutionist More than two Hundred Parsons will hear educator Robert Maynard Hutchins today Tell Why uni i varsity of Chicago students would i rather listen to a lecture on Plato than see a football game. Ticket sales which closed Friday passed the two Hundred Mark for the dinner in the Texas Union at 12 30 of clock today when the president of the famous school will speak on a what Chicago or. Hutchins is coming to Austin on a tour with Charlton Beck Chicago alumni Secretary of its fiftieth anniversary next year. He will return to Chicago saturday afternoon by i plane. Presidents of the fifteen state i supported colleges and universities of Texas will meet at the University of Texas to discuss matters of educational policy and will adjourn before luncheon to attend or Hutchinss address. President Homer Price Rainey will introduce the speaker who at the time of his election to his present position ten years ago was one of the youngest College presidents in the nation. He now ranks As one of the oldest in Point 1 of service. Last May 6 the universities of Here a one professor who h a s Rumania in the Middle of eur found the answer for those Stu ropes War pot is experiencing the dents who ask if they Are going to unfortunate situation of having to have an option on the examination. Sell Oil to Germany for which it or. Wiley professor of eco gets a a hot nazi Money. And to comics and expert on agriculture says a sure you be got an option a the whole exam. You can take it or leave or. Wiley in his prime could pick More Cotton in one morning than two Swift negroes can in a Day. C. E. 85 eng. B. 207 dry. 1.1 o. L. B. 102 dry. 62 m. B. 304 eco. 312f.9 m. B. 202 a m. Co. g. H. 3 dont be surprised if the feb j go 323f a h 306 Rumary Ranger turns out to be eco. 353f c. B. 15 slightly punch drunk. Members of de. 301f.5 we h. 210 the staff after taking it consist Vilo 1 make matters worse Russia on the Eny on the in for Ive straight 343. G 210 other Border is making the Situ Days Are starting work on the is de. 36lf s. H. 110 sue in a slightly dazed state Joe e. E. 331f.i eng. A 301 is a deflated of professional pigskins masquerading As Amateur ones. This Arch foe of College football As it is played in most universities had a team last year that was chosen As the All american team by one sportswriter Henry Mcle-4-- j More of the United press. Or. My a of the other All american squads Lemore chose the Maroon eleven in spite of the fact that they scored Only 37 Points last season against their eight opponents 308. For a War news from International new service summary in contrast to the relative Calm in the War Between Germany and the Anglo French allies bitter fighting was reported in Finland where it was said that two columns of russian troops attacking North of Lake Ladoga were driven Back with heavy losses Friday. The soviets these advices said faired in an attempt to Rescue another body of soviet troops caught in a finnish trap. The London daily mail meanwhile reported that the United state minister to Sweden had advised All americans in the scan Dana Ian country to return to the United state evidently As a re a ult of Large scale swedish defense preparations and reported German troop concentrations toward the Baltic sea near the danish Peninsula. In Canada criticism of the War Effort of prime minister Mackenzie Kings government brought a sudden dissolution Friday of parliament in Ottawa and announcement of a general election. In the election the present government will seek an unquestioned mandate from the people to continue Canadas Aid to great Britain in the War. Japan a foreign relations makes headlines from fridays news for several reasons. A commercial treaty which was made in 1911 went by the Board As the United states protested japanese actions in the far East. A movement for Extension of the anti comintern pact Between Japan and Italy was begun Friday in the Balkan states. An experienced observer said after a careful study of the question that Japan can never win the War with China. But the big news is that a British Steamer was boarded Friday in the apparent a face savings Man Euver by japanese sailors. This bloodless revenge was taken for the incident in which a British Cruiser halted and removed Twenty one German seamen from the japanese liner Asama Maru precipitating tense diplomatic relations Between the two Powers. Bulletins London a fantastic claim was circulated in Berlin Friday that a new Gas had been found which will enable the germans to anaesthetized the entire 45,000,000 population of the British Isles for two weeks while a German army was disembarking to seize the country. A Helsinki two Large bodies of soviet troops attempted Friday to break through the finnish front lines to break a trap placed by the finns around a third red army Force near Kielce. The soviets attacked with two powerful tank and infantry columns but were thrown Back with losses and mopping up operations continued against the trapped russians. Sir Walter Citrine head of a British Tabor delegation now in Finland declared Friday that Britain is increasing her Aid to Finland. He added that British labor forces Are exerting their influence at Home to facilitate this Aid. His delegation inspecting the Battle front claims that russians on the Ladoga front have been reduced to eating Horst meat action a very precarious one j the Little country. These Are the opinions of or. Thad Riker professor of modern european history in the University and a member of the Royal rumanian Academy. A i believe that if the country had its Choice it would be on the Side of the allies a or. Riker said in an interview for the Austin statesman. He was made a member of the Academy the highest Scholastic Honor in that country in 1932 when he visited there later writing a Book about Rumania. A Rumania a or. Riker said a was forced into the nazi treaty whereby she is letting Germany have Large quantities of Oil but not on a favourable basis to Rumania. With the a hot Money Germany is sending her Shell have to wait a Long time to realize an ample return on her James editor announced Friday. For finals or no finals the february Issue of the Ranger is supposed to come tumbling off the press on february 20. James with study reddened eyes a sobbing an Appeal to the staff and other would be contributors to bring in then copy. A the Ranger office in journalism building 5 has been locked for the Pant week while member hibernating inside with a Coffee pot and some stale sandwiches were memorizing entire courses in a desperate attempt to remain eligible a James declared. A the place is wide open now and contributors Are invited to drop in the window any rabbi flays Christian front a the Christian front conspiracy against the government Wras in itself a thing of Little significance a rabbi a. V. Goodman told an audience Friday night at Temple Beth Israel while speaking on a the Christian front and its i a ifs the accomplices who stayed in the background of whom America must beware a rabbi i Goodman said. He declared that father Coughlin was the influence behind the Christian front and i said that representative Martin 1 Dies chairman of the committee i on in american activities had on several occasions been closely As i Socia ted with both father cough Llin and the Christian front movement. A representative Dies is father Coughlin a candidate for president a rabbi Goodman continued. A emr. Dies was guest of Honor at a mass meeting of the Christian front in october 1939, and although seemingly aware of the general nature of the organization never sought to investigate its the conspiracy to overthrow the government end assassinate several government officials was uncovered by . Agents recently. Rabbi Goodman said that the Dies committee on in american activities is being used As a political springboard rather than an impartial Agency for exposing american activities. Mental health meet to be Here schools and the Public of Texas must awaken to their responsibilities in preserving and developing mental health declared or. Paul l. White University of Texas health service physician Friday in announcing the forthcoming educational conference of the Texas society for mental Hygiene of which he is president. In pushing its double stepped educational program the society has planned its january 31 conference Here around three agencies for sound statewide mental Hygiene the school the Public and the medical profession he said. Or. George s. Stevenson of new York a y., medical director of the National committee for mental Hygiene will discuss the role of the Public in a state program for mental Hygiene and or. Adolf Meyer of Johns Hopkins medical school will Analyse the role of the medical profession in such a program both speaking at the afternoon session or. Homer p. Rainey president of the University will explain to the society at the evening session the terms of the $2,000,000 bequest to the University from the will Hogg estate much of which e. E. 43lf.i eng. B. 301 e. E. 386f eng. B. 116 e. 1.27 g. H. 200 e. 1.29 m. B. 203 e. 1.31 g. H. 113 e. 1.33 g. H. 201 e. 1.35 w. H. 14 e. 1.37 g. H. 7 e. 1.39 s. H. 303 e. 1.41 g. H. 5 e. 1.43 w. H. To e. 1.103 s. H. 206 e. I bf.9 g. H. 101 e. 12.9 g. H. 203 e. 12bf.3 a. B. 307 e. 12q.57 g. H. 215 e. 12q.59 j. B. 201 e. 13.3 m. B. 301 e. 320f.l a. B. 105 e. 327f.l g. H. Ill e. 327f.3 m. B. 204 e. physics b. 201 e. 35.3 h. E. B. 105 e. 35.5 w. H. 401 e. 393f m. B. 206 for. A.5 s. H. 204 for. 1.3 s. H. 302 for. 12.3 a b. 28 for. 24 m. B. 208 Leo. 16 g. G. Aud. Geo. 36 g. G. Aud. Saturday january 27, it 2 group Iii remainder of group classes meeting Muf 9 a. M. 22 w. H. 112 Geo. 23af g. B. 14 Geo. 327f g. B. 301 gel. A.5 g. H. 215 Ger. 1.3 j. B. 301 Ger. 12bf j. B. 304 Der. 380f j. B. 302 gov. 10.7 b. L. 12 gov 10.9 physics b. 201 gov. 325f w. H. 101 Iov. 36 g. H. 5 gov. 353f g. H. 7 see exams Page 3. Nore Aristotle because he was weak on pass defense and Cicero because he wrote nothing on How to Mousetrap a tackle. Most of them Are better suited to walk up for their diplomas in Cap and Bells than in Cap and gown. A a other All american teams chosen this autumn Are loaded with triple threat players. The phrase is erroneously thought to indicate a player who can run kick and pass. More accurately it Means a player who gets room Board and tuition. Chicago has none of either kind. But it does have men who Are triple threats j on this or. Mclemore j in that they know a language have i wrote at the time of his selection mastered mathematics and can a from end to end from Quarter face a sonnet without Back to fullback the players Are Chicago the past season had a salaried and unsullied. Not one three medical students and several of them has an athletic scholar Law students on the squad ship. None is majoring in poultry j a How much More time do you husbandry appreciation of music think they have to spend study butter and egg judging Black ing the opposing players whose the Mcdonald Observatory. Preparation for the formal opening had been going on for seven years. Speaking in fort Worth this week or. Hutchins declared that he considered the Mcdonald of might beat his team on the Field Servator a by All Odds the most in but not in the classroom. Portent thing accomplished by the a the Best players a he wrote University and myself during the a think Only in a huddle. Thev in eleven years i have been its in choosing the Chicago Maroon team As his All american or. Mclemore worked on the naive Assumption that College football is an Amateur sport. He did this he said without Benefit of advice from coaches scouts sportswriters or the income tax department and further stating that he thought the team was unique because it was composed of students who thought that football j was a recreation not a Job by which they might support themselves for four years and Lay aside a nest egg to Boot. A there Isnit a single hired hand Smithing or tire a the team was a Volunteer one not secured by Talent scouts or subsidization agents running around like ail the men in funny i hats looking for bulls who finally found Ferdinand. None of the May Roon players were fought Over by rival teams of the big ten conference because As Mclemore stat Jed a students do not make the Best i or. Mclenore picked As his unanimous the accompanying All american High scorers John statement saying that the univer a Davenport and Bob Wasem who j sity believed in athletics and a made the maroons six touchdowns sports program but that it believe of the season. He named the maed that the particular interests and Roon coach Lark Shaughnessy As j conditions of football were such i the All american coach. That the University a students de i the sports writer said that some Rived no special Benefit therefrom. Principal classroom worries Are j about the proper stance on the 1 parallel bars a asks the u. P. I sports scribe. A the University of Chicago aban i done football just before Christ Mas when or. Hutchins and Harj old Swift chairman of the Board of trustees announced the sport was being dropped by decision of the Board. The action of the Board was the Observatory built at a Cost of $300,000, is located at mount Locke near fort Davis. Although its largest Telescope is the second largest in the world it has the greatest strength. Except for the Curva tui e of the Earth it could photograph a Man at 3,000 Miles. It was built by the University of Texas and is operated by the University of Chicago. A not Only has this harmonious co operation of two great universities been of first importance As a great scientific venture but it has been also a Model for inter University co operation a or. Hutchins was quoted by a fort Worth newspaper. Already the Observatory has made several important discoveries. Among them the finding of a White dwarfs a celestial bodies of very heavy weight per cubic unit area. A it is now perfectly Clear that the universities of the country and the other educational institutions have got to co operate or an awful lot of them will go out of business a he was quoted As saying. The Observatory was built when or. H. Y. Benedict was president of this University. A great admirer of astronomical investigation or. Benedict did not live to see the formal opening. Major j. R. Parten chairman of the Board of regents represented the University at the dedication and or. Hutchins represented Chicago. See Hutchins Page 3. U. T. Has thirty student fliers two Fly own Stinson planes two students have recently acquired their own new air planes and More than thirty Are learning to Fly at the municipal and Browning airports in Austin. Lawrence Wood of san Antonio has a cruising Speed of 148 Miles administration and plans to enter per hour and a cruising radius of the school of Law. 1,600 Miles. Wood has been Fly Jack n an Seo voc of Dallas also ing for about six months. Has a private License. His father t. J. Jackson of Robstown also operates a flying school in grand has a new Stinson plane. His is Prairie. He will become his assist is earmarked for inauguration of got a new Stinson five place plane smaller than Wood s and is built ant when he finishes the univer a state wide mental Hygiene pro in december. Wood is in the on lines designed to make slow sity. He has been flying for two Gram under the schools a Pervi school of business admin Atra flying safer. Years using High father s planes. He Sion. This program Independent of Tion and at present his flying is an j Thurman Barrett of san an is a mechanical engineering Stu the Texas society for mental by avocation. He has his Solo License,1 Tonio has his private License Dent. Giene is expected to supplement j for which eight flying hours Are j which permits him to carry Pas approximately ten other uni and further the society a endear ors. The remainder of the evening in program will be devoted to an and i dress by or. Daniel Prescott of required and which permits him to make Cross country trips without passengers. Wood studied aeronautical engineering at Santa Clara calif., be to seems deplorable that the the University of Chicago who fore coming to the University. He committee is being continued a he will discuss the role of the schools Hopes to build planes rather than Light plane belonging to his Uncle. Texas aeronautical . Consumes 30 dozen eggs for breakfast breakfast Means 30 pounds of Bacon 30 dozen eggs 36 pounds of bread 13 Gallons of Coffee 20 Gallons of milk 8 pounds of butter and 12 dozen Grapefruit to miss Selma Streit business manager of scottish rite dormitory. Food in those quantities is served every morning to 330 girls and about thirty others at the dormitory. Unlike the housewife who buys a paper bag of groceries from the Corner store miss Streit purchases wholesale orders from dealers by crates and barrels. Vegetables and meats Are bought every Day Staples Are ordered each week and canned goods and fruits Are ordered on future contracts each summer. Meat for one meal averages added sengers but not for hire. He Calls verify students have Solo licenses his flying an avocation and says and about Twenty Are working to a from too to iou pounds. Spinach he uses it for transportation in Ward them. There Are three girls i necessitates 4 bushels per meal Stead of an automobile. In the flying class at municipal Green Beans i Bushel English Barrett has been flying since Airport. Most of the students Are peas 2s bushels and dried Beans the summer of 1937, and flies a members of the University of 20 pounds. Dessert for a single society of meal requires 46 ten Inch pies or in a state mental Hygiene program Fly them. His Blue and red plane he is in the school of business \ which Austin Leach is president. 24 cakes

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